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For the second season in a row, NSW has won the Northern Territory Wingless Sprint Title, with last weekend’s 2018 running of the event at Darwin’s Northline Speedway going the way of Nathan Dicker.
The 2018 Chariots of Thunder Series begins tonight at Darwin’s Northline Speedway, and we’ve put together our top 10 list of contenders who will be vying for nearly $100,000 in prize money over the next two weekends.
After the interstate invaders proved too strong in last season’s Northern Territory Wingless Sprint Title, the Top End locals will be leaving nothing in the tank as they attempt to wrest the crown back from their rivals in the 2018 running of the event during Friday and Saturday night’s doubleheader at Darwin’s Northline Speedway.
Queensland has long been the hotbed for National 4s racing in Australia, with five representatives from the Sunshine State clean sweeping this season’s rankings, headed by season standout Tim Weir.
From Alice Springs to the world stage, James McFadden certainly has come a long way since his Dirt Kart days, but later this month, the local turned internationally renowned 410 Sprintcar racer will return to his old stomping ground to take to the Arunga Park Speedway track for the $20,000 Dance in the Desert event.